Bridgestone shows up on Microsoft Azure

Using Azure will enable Bridgestone to create value for its customers, primarily global fleets and OEMs, by integrating advanced tire analytics to better understand tire wear and health to maximize retreading and indicate when tire maintenance may be required. Both companies will continue to use the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform to analyze real-time tire data as part of a fully integrated vehicle ecosystem.

Since our first collaboration announcement in 2020, Microsoft has been a valued partner in our European and US markets. said Paolo Ferrari, Joint Global Chief Operating Officer, Bridgestone Corporation, and President & CEO, Bridgestone Americas. ” We are excited to build on this collaboration with enhanced and expanded offerings that enable Bridgestone globally to develop new innovations and rapidly deliver them to our customers aligned with Bridgestone’s E8 Commitment. »

Bridgestone will also implement new cloud capabilities using Azure to further streamline and modernize the company’s core tire business and IT operations, including workplace productivity. Bridgestone will use Microsoft solutions to enhance operational efficiency and provide increased flexibility and scalability of enterprise tools and platforms. Improved core infrastructure will result in faster expansion of tire-centric solutions for the customer, improved efficiency and collaboration across the enterprise, governance and security more robust, and overall operational cost savings.

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